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#1 posted 01-22-2018 11:25 PM

That’s interesting on the thinner part. As for what’s happening I bet that the wood pours are absorbing in the liquid. Do not apply finishes quickly. Give at least 1 day before applying the next layer. This will guarantee that the wood is satisfied soaking in any liquids.

If it is too watery, then most likely it is being soaked into the wood. Try thicker coats would be my suggestion. If this does not work, you can sand it down with 220 grit and then apply a new layer to remedy it.


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